Alison Uttley

Died aged 91

Alison Uttley (17 December 1884 – 7 May 1976), née Alice Jane Taylor, was an English writer of over 100 books. She is best known for a children's series about Little Grey Rabbit and Sam Pig. She is also remembered for a pioneering time slip novel for children, A Traveller in Time, about the imprisoned Mary, Queen of Scots.

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Commemorated on 5 plaques

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here lived 1924-1938 ALISON UTTLEY author

13 Higher Downs, Bowdon, United Kingdom where they lived

The University of Manchester commemorates Alison Uttley 1884-1976 Children's author graduate BSc Physics 1906

Manchester University Museum, Manchester, United Kingdom where they studied -1906)

Alison Uttley (nee Taylor) Author and benefactor of Hall Ashburne House 1903-6

Ashburne Hall, Manchester, United Kingdom where they studied

Alison Uttley 1884-1976 author of The Country Child and Little Grey Rabbit born here and inspired by these surroundings

Castle Top Farm, Cromford, United Kingdom where they was born (1884)

The Old Vicarage. This house was donated by will in 1718 to be used as a vicarage. Around 1910 Alison Uttley countrywoman and childrens' writer lived here.

The Old Vicarage, King Street/Drury Lane, Knutsford, United Kingdom where they lived (1910)